Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with experiment:

3 syllables:
fair comment,
where adult,
para nut,
claire huchet,
fresh cement,
press comment,
shared descent,
wet cement,
where agents,
where judgment,
quick comment,
where recent,
check command,
pecan nut,
check result,
credit must,
death amidst,
death result,
dwell amidst,
net result,
press agents,
pressure result,
share results,
threat agents,
webbe dasent,
where adults,
where results,
fair amount,
share amount,
air command,
share command,
where consent,
era when,
helps cement,
press comments,
serum assay

4 syllables:
excess cement,
unfair comment,
compel assent,
express assent,
unfair result,
specimen height,
their assent,
narrow cement,
unfair judgment,
aaron about,
areca nut,
karen about,
carol about,
direct ascent,
express agents,
gegeben hatte,
gesehen hatte,
medicine at,
medicine hat,
medicine ought,
merit about,
parallel light,
sheriff about,
solemn assent,
steady ascent,
terrible light,
their adult,
unfair results,
venetian night,
any comment,
carolyn thought,
direct comment,
excess judgment,
express judgment,
heresy hunts,
marilyn thought,
recent comment,
regimen might,
regiment at,
senator mundt

5 syllables:
ceremony at,
library adult,
primary adult,
jeremiah might,
american art,
american coot,
american heart,
american light,
american might,
american notes,
american right,
american thought,
american wheat,
american white,
americans at,
americans ought,
jeremiah wright,
jeremiah wrote,
maria matute,
primary agents,
primary amines,
primary asset

6 syllables:
necessary adjust,
necessary agents

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